Central Government News
- 86M yuan allocated to aid natural disaster-hit areas
China's central finance has allocated 86 million yuan ($12.6 million) to aid people in areas hit by severe drought and typhoon, according to the Ministry of Civil Affairs Thursday.
- Senior official calls for inheriting Confucianism
A senior Chinese official has called for the better inheritance and display of Confucianism, for the promotion of the development and prosperity of the country's socialist culture.
- China launches new campaign on food additive abuse
China has launched a long-term campaign to crack down on making, selling and using illegal food additives and vowed to name violators.
- China to store 26 mln A/H1N1 flu vaccine shots
China will have reserves of 26 million A/H1N1 flu vaccine shots at the end of October, according to a news briefing jointly held by the Ministry of Health (MOH) and the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)in Beijing Wednesday.
- Cabinet staff stage show to mark National Day
Department staff of China's State Council, the Cabinet, put on a show Wednesday to celebrate the upcoming 60th founding anniversary of the People's Republic of China.
- Plan to boost C China's growth unveiled
Central China provinces should achieve remarkable economic progress by 2015, according to a plan passed by the State Council Wednesday.
- Military set for National Day parade: spokesman
All the troops and equipment for China's massive National Day celebrations on Oct. 1 in Beijing were ready for the final showcase after four months of preparations and rehearsals, a spokesman at the joint headquarters for the military parade said Wednesday.
- All-inclusive Beijing security checks urged
Police in areas neighboring Beijing should check every vehicle, object and person entering the city to ensure public security for China's National Day celebrations, a senior Chinese leader said Tuesday.
- China cracks down on suspect television ads
Television shopping advertisements will be banned from broadcasting on satellite channels between 6pm and midnight nationwide from next year, according to the state television, film and radio watchdog.
- China recovers embezzled funds of 28.6 bln Yuan
China had recovered 28.63 billion yuan (4.19 billion U.S. dollars) of embezzled funds over the first eight months this year, the National Audit Office (NAO) told Xinhua Tuesday.
- China: New policy to shore up SMEs
China's State Council, the Cabinet, issued a document Tuesday to strengthen support for the development of the country's small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
- China solves 80,000 cases every year through administrative appeals
The Chinese government solved about 80,000 cases of conflict between government organizations and common people every year since the administrative appeal system was introduced in 1999.
- NPC sends work groups to inspect food safety law implementation
The Standing Committee of China's National People's Congress (NPC) decided Tuesday to send five work groups to 10 municipalities and provinces to ensure a new food safety law is properly enforced.
- Internal Security Act to be lifted Tuesday: official
The Internal Security Act (ISA) will be lifted on Tuesday as planned by the government, deputy government spokesman Supachai Jaisamut said Tuesday.
- Vice president calls for greater effort in oil sector
Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping Tuesday called for increased efforts to tap China's oil resources to meet rising energy demands.
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